The Christian Music Blog Podcast (CMB Podcast) was founded in 2013 by Christian music maker Nate Fancher. In the podcast, Nate explores both the practical and philosophical components of music making from a Christian perspective. In these episodes, you'll hear conversations of some of music's most respected artists who are also people of faith. If you're looking for both down to earth ideas as well as inspirational sparks to get you going in your musical craft, then look no further.
http://christianmusicblog.com is all about serving people of faith who make music. Join Nate and the growing tribe of Christian music makers here at the CMB Podcast.
CMB 072 : The Final Episode Of The CMB Podcast
A bittersweet episode, but a good one to end on.... Nate explains a big transition for his family, and why it's time to wrap up CMB. View the blog post for this episode here.
CMB 071 : Meet The Great Promise
Merry Christmas! Check out the show notes here.
CMB 070 : Stephen Miller And The Liberating King
In episode 70 of the CMB Podcast, Stephen and I talked about his latest record Liberating King, his new book that goes with it, and an exciting new worship community called Rooted Network.
Check out the show notes here.
CMB 069 : Matt Tinsley Talks Songwriting, His New EP The Hardest Part, And Oysters
Matt Tinsley's new EP "The Hardest Part" is FANTASTIC....
View the show notes here.
CMB 068 : Ginny Owens And Andrew Greer Are Back!
Win a copy of their new book! Visit http://natefancher.com/ for more.
CMB 067 : Meet Meredith Kinleigh
In episode 67 of the CMB Podcast I spoke with emerging artist Meredith Kinleigh.
Get the show notes here.
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Nate does say "awesome" a lot, but I'll forgive that because this is an excellent podcast with lots of good interviews, and Nate is a very motivated and encouraging guy. It helps songwriters and christian musicians get a better perspective on what they are doing and why they do it.
A must-listen for Christian musicians - both practical and inspiring.
As a Christian songwriter, this is so helpful!